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comment Are topics experienced later in the day more likely to be present in dreams?
Couldn't find anything on the subject. There has been research done on the effects of thought suppression on dreams: mendeley.com/research/… and ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15043639. In that last link, the researcher did ask part of the control group to think about a person before bed.
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